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Ambassador Cheyenne and St. Baldrick's Honored Kids, Daisy & Chase, recently hung out together at Make a Wish Colorado event.

Wish them a happy holidays with a comment below & a donation to childhood cancer research in their name <3 [ Bit.ly Link ]
The House passed the STAR Act, but now it's time for Senate to act!

This bill will help kids with cancer & childhood cancer survivors. Get your Senators attention by sending out a tweet asking them to support the #STARAct:

Help Pass the STAR Act #STARAct | #SoundOff @ Congress

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St. Baldrick’s Director of Advocacy, Danielle Leach, just shared that the House PASSED the STAR Act to help kids with cancer and childhood cancer survivors!

Now, on to the Senate and we need YOUR help. Share this video & tweet your Senators to pass the #STARAct: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The House has PASSED the STAR Act to help kids with cancer and childhood cancer survivors!

Now, on to the Senate. Thank you to everyone who has been involved in helping us get this passed but our work is not over.

Learn more about the STAR Act and check back tomorrow for how YOU can get it passed in the Senate: [ Bit.ly Link ] #STARAct
For the past 2 years, St. Baldrick’s has been involved with getting the STAR Act passed.

This will help kids with cancer & childhood cancer survivors live long and healthy lives.

TOMORROW the House will vote to pass it. Read more about the STAR Act & tune in to CSPAN1 at noon tomorrow, Tuesday, December 6 to hear their decision.

Speak Up for Kids’ Cancer: Tell Congress to Support the STAR Act | St. Baldrick's Blog | Childhood Cancer Stories & Research

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Yes, we're talking about YOU!

SHARE this with someone special who you think is brave, strong & smart: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Why do kids get cancer? In short, there’s no single, easy answer.

That’s the big question we asked Dr. John Maris, who co-leads the SU2C-St. Baldrick’s Foundation Pediatric Cancer Dream Team.

See how researchers are working hard to find cures for kids with cancer.

Why Do Kids Get Cancer? | St. Baldrick's Blog | Childhood Cancer Stories & Research

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A message from Criss Angel:
"In memory of Avery and so many children lost [to childhood cancer] this past year- I'd like to donate an additional $400,000 benefiting research and treatment to St. Baldrick's."

Words cannot describe how appreciative we are of Criss Angel's support and generosity. To date he's donated over $700,000 for St. Baldrick's!

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Shaving her head was something Kelsey wanted to do, but found herself coming up with excuses not to.

After reporting on a “Shave the Day” event in April, she realized, "all my excuses in the past were bogus because cancer is never good timing.”

She ended up raising $4,210 for childhood cancer research! Join Kelsey & sign up as a 2017 shavee: [ Bit.ly Link ]
As 2016 is slowly coming to an end, we look back at our 5 inspiring Ambassadors this year <3

Cheyenne, Isaac, Alyssa, Holden and Phineas.

While they all have childhood cancer in common, each one brings a unique and special story to our foundation.

Thank you Ambassadors and your families for letting us share your journey throughout the year!

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Tina and Carlos’ childhood cancer journey didn’t begin with their son Phineas’ diagnosis in 2013 - It began seven years earlier with their second child, Althea.

On the 10th anniversary of Althea’s death, Tina shares how she continues to honor her daughter’s memory ❤

Remembering Althea | St. Baldrick's Blog | Childhood Cancer Stories & Research

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Honored Kid Annie wanted to share a very special message with you :)

Thank you to everyone who helped us raised over $72,000 on #GivingTuesday!
As 2016 is slowly coming to an end, we look back at our 5 inspiring Ambassadors this year <3

Cheyenne, Isaac, Alyssa, Holden and Phineas.

While they all have childhood cancer in common, each one brings a unique and special story to our foundation.

Thank you Ambassadors and your families for letting us share your journey throughout the year!

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Drum roll please...the grand total raised by YOU during #GivingTuesday is $72,849!

With your support and generosity, we beat our goal of $50K in one day for childhood cancer research. THANK YOU!

Annie says, "thank you for raising money for kids like me!" <3
Guess what? YOU helped raise over $50K in one day for childhood cancer research!

Thank you for supporting kids like Annie & getting us one step closer to finding cures <3

It's not too late to make a donation for #GivingTuesday: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We hit $50K for #GivingTuesday!
Someone's happy to share that we've just hit $42,000 so far TODAY for #GivingTuesday!

Help kids like Annie grow up cancer free. Let's raise $50K for childhood cancer research - donate here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
WOW! Over $25,000 raised so far today for #GivingTuesday!

Honored Kid Annie was super excited to share this photo with you :) Help us reach $50K in one day for childhood cancer research. Donate & share this post: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The first #GivingTuesday numbers are in & we've raised over $16,000 so far today!

Annie says that deserves "two thumbs up!"

Help us reach $50K in one day for childhood cancer research. Donate here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Annie doesn’t let anything stop her from being a kid — not even cancer. In fact, she told her mom, “I’m going to kick its butt.”

Read how this firecracker of a 5-year-old is fighting childhood cancer in her own, special way <3

Doing it Her Way: Annie's Story | St. Baldrick's Blog | Childhood Cancer Stories & Research

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